According to a survey, of the 419,000 students attending college in New Jersey, about one-third, or 139,000, are food insecure. Among community college students, 42 percent are facing hunger.
The most comprehensive national report on the college LGBTQ population to date shows the strengths and troubles with the hope of getting more resources to students who need them.
In Camden, most homeless go unnoticed and underserved.
Getting released from prison might seem like cause for celebration. But more often than not, reentry to society presents a whole new slate of challenges for ex-offenders.
According to the report, young male veterans have higher unemployment rates then similar civilians, which can make it harder for them to afford enough to eat.
At a conference in Newark, health care workers, policy makers and state leaders are gathering. Proposing prevention strategies and improvements to obstetric care.
Synagogues all over the state held vigils and prayer services to remember the victims lost and provide hope for the future.
The coalition says state legislators have a role in reforms, policies, and laws in an effort to help make New Jersey more equitable for all of its citizens.
Camden is one of 13 jurisdictions in the nation chosen to share a $148 million MacArthur Safety and Justice Challenge grant.
It's still up for debate how the final bill will address black and brown people, who are disproportionately arrested for marijuana possession.
In the most recent ALICE report, the numbers demonstrate that the economic growth the stock market has been enjoying doesn't reflect reality for many NJ families.
Social justice advocates say a Yale Law School study is the ammunition needed to end isolated confinement by law in New Jersey.
After an explosive Wall Street Journal article that details an alleged sexual assault by a Murphy campaign staffer, the governor calls for a full investigation.
The anger in Trenton is palpable after a report details the failure of the Murphy administration to investigate an alleged sexual assault.
At the NJ NAACP Annual Convention, members and attendees discussed how to make the most of the upcoming midterm elections for the black community.